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William Wilberforce (Character)
from Amazing Grace (2006)

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Amazing Grace -- Based on the true life story of William Wilberforce (Ioan Gruffudd), a leader of the British abolition movement, the film chronicles his epic struggle to pass a law to end the slave trade in the late 18th century.
Amazing Grace -- The idealist William Wilberforce maneuvers his way through Parliament in 19th century England, endeavoring to end the British transatlantic slave trade.

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Quick Facts: Born: August 24, 1759 Married: May 30... See more »

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TV:
  1. "The Book of Negroes"
        - Episode #1.6 (2015) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Pauling

  2. The First Black Britons (2005) (TV) Played by Rick Bacon

  3. "The Fight Against Slavery" Played by David Collings
        - Free Paper Come (1975) TV episode, Played by David Collings
        - A Grateful Peasantry (1975) TV episode, Played by David Collings
        - Tight Packers and Loose Packers (1975) TV episode, Played by David Collings
        - A Matter of Insurance (1975) TV episode, Played by David Collings

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From Amazing Grace (2006)
William Wilberforce: An imperfect order is better than no order at all.
Thomas Clarkson: No! We must fight for a perfect order!
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